“It’s entertaining in a holiday from the normal kind of way” – Night School by Lee Child

“We’re being somewhat facetious. There is a good reason why Lee Child’s books sell like the proverbial hot potatoes. We started reading (because we think it’s important to step outside of our comfort zones and try what others try to see what we are missing) in a sort of nit-picky vein (see that opening para) and it really wasn’t too long before the narrative had us by the lapels…”

Posted at 9:00 am on April 26, 2017 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Review | Continue reading

“This one is worth a look for the opening 100 pages alone” – The Clocks in This House All Tell Different Times by Xan Brooks

“One thing that is clear is that Brooks can write a pretty beautiful paragraph or two. And he clearly has the necessary imagination. It should also be pointed out that there is a heart in his debut that suggests it has the best intentions, even if they do become a little muddled when the cast of characters grows…” – Fran Slater reviews The Clocks in This House All Tell Different Times by Xan Brooks

Posted at 9:00 am on April 25, 2017 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Review | Continue reading

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